heberdacruz wrote:Hello, usbtux,
I would like to do the same as Jacques did. Thank you for the tutorial.
However, I couldn't understand why "all existing data on second drive will be destroyed". In my case I have 3 internal HDDs. On the first I have Windows 7, on the second Fedora and I would like to install Linux Mint on the third. When I installed Fedora it was pretty much automatic. I just had to leave some free space o HDD 2, tell Fedora that I wanted to install it on that drive and that was all. I have 50Gb free on the third driver.
1) Isn't it possible to install Linux Mint on the free space while preserving the other partition on the same HDD?
2) Ins't the installation program able to create the necessary partitions automatically on the free space?
usbtux wrote:From the mint installer choose "something else" option.
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